Wednesday, December 31, 2008

Flower Prices - Everyday, Weddings, Events

We know how hard it is to plan when no one wants to share their prices, you've never planned a wedding before, and every little thing adds up, so here are some general guidelines. The majority of Sprout events fall within these guidelines, but not every event is typical and depending on your needs, the price of your flowers may vary.


EVERYDAY FLOWERS
· Wrapped bouquets—$10 and up
· Arranged flowers—$35 and up
· Funeral flowers—$75 and up

WEDDING PARTY
· Bride's bouquet—$125—300
· Maids' bouquets—$65—150
· Flower girls—$25—60
· Boutonnieres—$10—20
· Corsages—$15—50

WEDDING CEREMONY
· Large altar flowers—$100 and up
· Floral arbor—$250 and up
· Pew bows—$10 and up

RECEPTION, DINNER, OR PARTY
· Centerpieces—$35 and up
· Pedestal centerpieces—$100 & up
· Cake flowers—$50 and up
· Buffet or food stations—$75 & up
· Cocktail tables—$10 and up
· Votive candles (10 hour burn time) - $2.00

Delivery additional.

3 comments:

INTRIGUE - floral design & decor said...

Thanks for the suggestion. I will continue to post price estimates on our blog. Check out our most recent post http://intrigue-designs.blogspot.com/

Sarah - INTRIGUE

Moni said...

I wish more wedding vendors especially florist were more up front with providing a general guide line for pricing. This really helps a lot because most brides don't really know what to expect when it comes to how much flowers cost. I know each florist is unique and offers different services and pricing is so dependent on many factors. Thanks for the insight

Sprout said...

Yes, there are many variables when it comes to pricing out flowers, but it's just silly that most florists won't give some pricing info up front.

I would assume it's one of the main things people research on the web, especially regarding weddings, and blog analytics bear that out.

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